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Team Fortress 2, the new update seems to have stopped the bots, for now

A patch has been released on Team Fortress 2 that has curbed Valve's ever-growing in-game bot epidemic. The game gets roughly one mini update per month but it was from ...
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Team Fortress 2 - The Doctor explains how to deal with the Coronavirus emergency

In an uncertain period like this, any excuse is good for relaxing and having a laugh. With this goal in mind, Robin Atkin Downes - voice actor of the Doctor of Team Fortress 2, Kaz in ...
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Team Fortress 2 - Valve pays tribute to Rick May

A few weeks ago, the Team Fortress 2 community greeted Rick May, the historic voice of the Soldier, who disappeared after contracting the Coronavirus. In the last few days, Valve wanted to pay homage to its showman with an update to ...
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Team Fortress 2 and CS: GO - Leaked the source code, players at risk!

Tragedy at Valve! The source code of the first Source Engine, the engine that gives life to many games from Gabe Newell's company including Team Fortress 2 and Counter Strike: Global Offensive, is ...
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Coronavirus - Farewell to the voice actor of the Soldier of Team Fortress 2

The world of video games mourns the death of the voice actor Rick May, who died at the age of 79 due to the Coronavirus he contracted during a previous hospitalization due to a stroke he had ...

The 2 Portal writer returns to Valve

Jay Pinkerton, writer of Portal 2, Team Fortress 2 and the Left 4 Dead series, is back to work for Valve. Pinkerton left the company in June last year for unspecified reasons. He was just ...
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Team Fortress 2 updates, new content after years

Team Fortress 2, a shooter title from Valve, after more than ten years of its release, is about to have a new, big update, coming this week. The expansion is called Jungle Inferno, which will introduce a new map ...

The lead engineer of Metroid Prime was "disappointed" with the Wii hardware

Nintendo Wii is undoubtedly one of the most innovative and successful video game consoles ever marketed but if we have to talk about ...

Halo Infinite, with the arrival of the first cheaters, console players are asking ...

Although the release of the Halo Infinite free multiplayer beta took place less than two weeks ago, in the last few hours the FPS community is ...

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